PSG have taken the first step in their offer to add Paul Pogba to this transfer window. The Man United midfielder is in negotiations with the Parisians over a possible move before the transfer window slams shut, although a free transfer next year has not been ruled out.
France international’s tryst with the Red Devils has been quite an intriguing story. Pogba first left Man United in the summer of 2012 before returning from Serie A giants Juventus four years later. His second coming has now last half a decade and Paul has proven to be frustratingly inconsistent at times.
However, the 28-year-old star has also often shown that he is levels above the rest of the Red Devils midfielders when he is at his best. To date, the French midfielder has featured 206 times for the PL giants while chipping in with 38 goals and 42 assists.
However, in the summer transfer window so far, Red Devils have been in a precarious position over the future of the Frenchman. With the World Cup winner now in the final year of his deal, the Red Devils have been attempting to tie him down to a bumper new contract. However, Pogba is yet to commit his future to Man United.
The Norwegian manager has put a positive spin on Paul’s deal standoff with Man United, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær insisting that he has held positive negotiations with the midfielder. However, his impasse has also paved the way for possible suitors to emerge in his pursuit, with PSG keen on signing the midfielder.